Architecture and Activities at Plymouth Church


In my previous post, I presented the staff portraits I took at Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights. The remainder of the shoot focused on a dusk architectural shot of the historic church, volunteers preparing the homeless shelter, and a Christian Spiritual Development class. The architectural shot was the most challenging. We had a brief opportunity for the best dusk lighting. We needed all the interior lights to be on to illuminate the windows. Some office doors were locked, and we couldn’t get access. And in the largest window on the lower left, the bulb had blown out, and the facilities manager was away on a break. We scrambled to borrow a bulb from another fixture, and installed it just in time. For the other dark windows, I added their glow later in Photoshop.







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